The trail leads to the North East Tower which was built as a lookout post, onto Short Street where it is said Cromwell breached the walls of the town. The town walls can be seen while on the way to Saint Marys Church, onto Anne Street and the Friends Burial Grounds. Visitors will then travel past the White Memorial Theatre, Irishtown, the West Gate built 1831.
Clonmel, the vibrant commercial hub of County Tipperary, is a bustling centre for business, sport, wellness activities, the arts, culture and rich heritage. The unique points of interest must be the diversity of business , and other enthusiastic interests today, particularly the wide choice of retail on offer to the curious visitor, combined with the stunning backdrop of the foothills of the Comeragh Mountain, all kissed by the passing beauty of the River Suir.